Recently Added or Updated
The following sources have either been recently added to the Lumbee Indians Bibliography, or recently had their records updated.
They meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Recently published;
- Published earlier, but recently discovered;
- Items from The Lumbee Indians: An Annotated Bibliography (McFarland, 1994) that had not yet been added;
- Additions to the list of legislation and court cases related to the Lumbee Indians;
- A full annotation for the source was recently written;
- The full text of source was recently made available; or
- A correction was made to the information on the record.
Gamble, Douglass R. Pembroke Revitalization Program. Raleigh, NC: Community Development Group, North Carolina State U, 1974.
Ross, Thomas E. “A comprehensive bibliography of the Carolina bays literature.” Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 103.1 (1987), 28-42.
Segrest, Mab. “Robeson County’s ‘Third World Ills’.” Christian Century 11 May 1988: 468-69. Rpt. (with modifications) in: Southern Changes [Atlanta: Southern Regional Council] 10.4 (July/Aug. 1988): 14-16.
“Robeson County sets bold example with new prenatal care policy.” PR Newswire 3 February 1993: p. 0204CH004. 704 words.
Taylor, Curtis L. “Rural county in N.C. contends with city problems. James Jordan's murder brought notoriety to Robeson County. It has high unemployment and drug trade.” Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania) 23 August 1993: B04 (Monday).
Dobie, Kathy. “Murder by the road in Robeson County.” Vibe 2.1 (February 1994): 72-78.
Raab, Scott. “Reasonable doubt.” GQ 64.3 (March 1994): 240-47, 268-70.
Witten, Scott. “File this GQ article under fiction.” Robesonian 4 March 1994: 4A.
Locklear, Brett A. “Letter: Lumbee writer appalled by GQ article.” Robesonian 16 March 1994: 4A.
Towle, Lisa H. “A recipe for economic health.” North Carolina (Raleigh: North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry) 52.6 (June 1994): 21-26.
Towle, Lisa H. “'Dream team' for education: targeted for takeover, schools get help with dropouts, illiteracy.” North Carolina (Raleigh: North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry) 52.6 (June 1994): 29-31.
Warrick, Joby. “Tainted wells, poisoned relations.” News and Observer 15 October 1995: B1 (Raleigh, N.C.)
“Lumberton, North Carolina.” National Civic Review (National Civic League) 85.1 (Winter/Spring 1996 Supplement): 44- .
Travis, Scott. “Economic cohesion encouraged in Robeson County.” Fayetteville Observer-Times 24 January 1997 (Friday).
Krajick, Kevin, and Cameron Davidson. “The riddle of the Carolina bays.” Smithsonian 28.6 (September 1997): 44-. (10 pages)
“Robeson County may disband Human Relations Agency.” Fayetteville (North Carolina) Observer-Times 6 June 1998 (Saturday).
“Robeson rejects hog farm regs.” Morning Star (Wilmington, N.C.) 1 August 1998: 1B.
“'The Real Yellow Pages' directory from BellSouth for Robeson County, N.C., area begins delivery December 4; growth of area mirrored by number of new books.” PR Newswire 1 December 1998 (Tuesday). 399 words.
Harding, Barry. “From the Office of the Superintendent.” Carolina Indian Voice 17 December 1998: 5.
Maynor-Clark, Vinita. “Reader favors heart center coming to Southeastern Regional Medical Center.” Carolina Indian Voice 17 December 1998:4